Category Archives: ADF in the News

Wisconsin joins thirty states that now allow same-sex marriage

Same-sex marriage opponents in U.S. pick new battleground of religious freedom

Judge wants to force a printer to make t-shirts against his conscience

Tennessee school board’s push for prayer may be met with lawsuits

First Amendment turned on its head over religious speech

Mennonite business owner wins permanent exemption from birth control mandate

2014 Why 1,500 pastors intentionally violated the law on Sunday

Controversy heats up over exclusionary religious groups

Hands On Originals discriminated against homosexual organization, hearing officer rules

University revises free speech policy after student sues

Mennonite company granted permanent injunction against Obamacare abortion pill mandate

Supreme Court’s new session could bring decisions on huge issues

Supreme Court’s silence on marriage speaks volumes

‘Decisive’ role of marriage in focus as Court declines cases

Cruz: Supreme Court abdicating responsibility

Supreme Court denies same-sex marriage cases

Fletcher: Supreme Court sending a message by refusing to hear same-sex marriage appeal

Same-sex couple win discrimination case by discriminating against Christian family

Timeline of Virginia’s same-sex marriage case

Religious rights unclear after Supreme Court punts on same-sex marriage cases

Supreme Court hands same-sex marriage a tacit victory

US Supreme Court declines to review rulings permitting same-sex ‘marriage’

Supreme Court denies cert in same-sex marriage cases

Supreme Court serves implied win to same-sex marriage supporters

US Supreme Court authorizes same-sex marriage in 5 more states

Judge wants to force a printer to make pro-same-sex marriage t-shirts

What’s next in the legal battle over same-sex marriage? (video)

After Supreme Court decision, attitude toward same-sex marriage still polarized

Same-sex marriage now is legal in Oklahoma

Black pro-lifer fights back against NAACP’s attempt to censor him

Same-sex marriage in Arizona? 9th Circuit strikes down Nevada, Idaho marriage

Religious symbols in classroom stir dispute in Peoria schools

AG candidates conflict during Tribune forum

The Supreme Court cases that could change America in the coming year

Supreme Court hands same-sex marriage a tacit victory

Same-sex marriage cases in Ohio appeals court assume added importance, per legal experts

College orders student to ‘dumb down’ religious show

Keep God in the public square – US Supreme Court Justice

Pastors weigh politics in the pulpit

Meet the small nonprofit law firm that’s reshaping American politics

1,500 pastors defy IRS ban on preaching politics

Preaching politics, pastors defy ban

Should teachers be allowed to display Bibles and Scripture in the classroom?

Pastors to stand for Pulpit Freedom this weekend

Catholic university forced to fund elective abortions in health insurance plans

Flowing Wells latest to add gender identity to non-discrimination policy

Supreme Court to hear arguments next week on Muslim inmate’s right to grow a beard

College won’t perform Christian play unless it’s dumbed down, says student

College orders student to ‘dumb down’ religious show

After being fined for refusing to host same-sex weddings and making a stunning business decision, Christian farm owners are fighting back

ADF allied attorney files petition for NY farmer couple fined $13k for refusing to host same-sex wedding

Couple fights $13k fine for refusing to host same-sex wedding at home

Christian farmers fined $13K for refusing same-sex wedding ready for court battle

Drama students prohibited from performing because of ‘offensive’ Christian message

Civil Rights Group: CFCC drama club denies student production due to Christian message

Rape and incest OK in drama productions, Christianity is not for community college

Pro-euthanasia ruling axed due to plantiff’s secret suicide

Fined $13,000 by state, farmers are fighting back against ‘discrimination’ ruling

Top human rights court rules against doctor-prescribed death as woman behind case is discovered to have committed suicide

Mo. Baptists, join battle over sign restrictions

Supreme Court: Can municipal sign ordinances restrict speech and religious liberty?

Ireland: Pro Life Campaign announces MonthForLife to push back against abortion

‘Dumb down’ drama’s ‘offensive religious message’ or else, says college adviser

Millennials are winning the battle against campus speech codes

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